What is on your mind?
May05

What is on your mind?

  Have you ever wanted to read minds? The power to tap into thoughts and know what people are thinking about on any given topic exists in many aspects of superhuman and sci-fi pop culture. Household devices designed to let you use a computer solely with your mind are becoming commercially available, but opening your mind to a computer comes with inherent risks. Introducing the Emotiv, a personal Electroencephalogram device, or...

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Skin Cancer Awareness
Apr19

Skin Cancer Awareness

Health Services is recognizing Skin Cancer Awareness Month by informing students about the dangers of skin cancer. On April 10 it will have a booth in the SU-Quad from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. It will offer sunscreen samples and free educational materials as well as information on skin cancer protection and detection. It will also offer free skin cancer screenings for students at Health Services. Schedule an appointment by calling (760)...

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What Facebook is not sharing
Apr13

What Facebook is not sharing

Facebook has failed its users. Updates and overhauls to Facebook’s user interface have caused a commotion in the past, but new changes are going beyond that and are absolutely destroying Facebook’s function as a social networking site. Facebook is creating problems that are causing users to suffer and in a devious move are trying to sell the populace on a ‘solution’ that only makes the problem worse. Behind the guise of Facebook’s...

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Palomar’s Political Economy Days
Apr13

Palomar’s Political Economy Days

Palomar College will be holding its semi-annual Political Economy Days, a series of talks on political, economic and historical topics from April 16-17. The talks aim to educate participants in the topics and applications of political, economic and historical thought. Each lecture will be presented by experts in the fields of economics, history, anthropology, political science, philosophy, law and multicultural studies. Everyone is...

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Student Emmy winner sweeps up awards once again
Apr01

Student Emmy winner sweeps up awards once again

Already a regional Emmy Award winner, former student producer of North County News Zoya Popova is adding yet another notch to her belt. The former Palomar student came in third place in the Broadcast Educators Association competition, a multinational contest for college broadcast news. Popova’s productions competed against several national and international four-year universities. Popova, a Russian native, originally started with a...

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